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Source: DW

Deadlocked and divided: What now for the Palestinians?

Thursday 23:40 GMT

Israeli sources have previously indicated Netanyahu had "made contact" with Abbas but that the latter refused to meet.

A recent report by Human Rights Watch (HRW) highlighted how "in the 25 years since Palestinians gained a degree of self-rule over the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, their authorities have established machineries of repression to crush dissent." Tim Sebastian asked Erekat about this report, and the chief Palestinian negotiator said HRW is a "respected organization."

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Source: The Guradian

Hand of clod Brexit and Theresa May divide England's 1986 World Cup squad

Friday 06:59 GMT

Brexit has divided communities, families and friends, so it should perhaps come as no surprise to find it has done the same to England’s 1986 World Cup squad.

England were defeated 2-1 by Argentina in the 1986 quarter-final which also featured Diego Maradona’s infamous “Hand of God” goal. Hope remains that Bobby Robson’s boys can find common ground once again, while defender Terry Butcher is yet to share his thoughts on the subject.

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Source: Common Domain

How Many More Tears at Johnson & Johnson?

Sunday 12:39 GMT

Despite a sharp share-price fall, a report that a Johnson & Johnson product contains asbestos shouldn’t cause panic among investors

Johnson & Johnson JNJ -10.04% shares plunged 10% Friday after Reuters reported that company executives have known for decades that its baby powder sometimes tested positive for small amounts of asbestos. J&J said in a statement that its baby powder is safe and asbestos-free, calling the allegations an “absurd conspiracy theory.”

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Source: Common Domain

Ruling Against Health Law Puts Political Divide in Stark Relief

Monday 00:34 GMT

A federal judge’s decision striking down the Affordable Care Act thrust the health law onto the agenda of the next Congress, putting new pressures on Republicans divided over whether to try to gut the law and on Democrats debating whether to try to shore it up or to push for more extensive health measures.

The 2020 presidential primary is likely to expose the choice facing Democrats: whether to focus on shoring up the existing law or on pressing for a larger government role in health care in ways such as expanding access to Medicare.

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Source: DW

Nigerians divided as military calls for ban on Amnesty International

Tuesday 20:56 GMT

Nigerians living in the north have expressed mixed views after the military recommended a ban on Amnesty International after the human rights group reported thousands killed in inter-ethnic conflict.

Residents in Maiduguri, birthplace of the Boko Haram insurgency, are split over a call by Nigeria's military to have Amnesty International kicked out of the country. In a statement issued by the army's spokesman, Brigadier General Sani Usman Kuka Sheka, the top military official charged that Amnesty's operations were geared "towards damaging the morale of troops fighting Boko Haram insurgents."


“Four hostile newspapers are more to be feared than a thousand bayonets...” ― Napoléon Bonaparte